Schat's Bakkery a bread lover's dream heading to the High Sierras
Heading north on Highway 395, making your way up from Southern California to the High Sierras and into Reno, one comes across the bucolic mountain town of Bishop. It’s a beautiful town where great fishing and other outdoor activities await those inclined.
Of course, Bishop is a town one must stop in for another reason - Erick Schat’s Bakkery.
Yes, Schat’s Bakkery (that’s no misspelling, by the way. It was built during the great “K” surplus) is to bakeries what Tiger Woods is to golf - the undisputed champion.
Walking through Schat’s yesterday, I had to walk out several times, as I just got overcome. The place was literally making me emotional.
And why not? They bake about 25,000 loaves of fresh bread a day, including their famous Sheepherder’s bread and 450 other products consisting of breads, cookies, and any other pastry you could desire.
For a notorious bread lover like myself, Schat’s is pure sensory overload in the best possible way. Don’t leave Bishop (or their location in Mammoth Lakes) without stopping by.
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